PhotoAlley Debuts Photo Print Service

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PhotoAlley.com, a firm offering cameras and other photography supplies, recently unveiled Photo Services Center, which offers photo printing and processing services.


Through a deal with Kodak and its Print@Kodak service, PhotoAlley allows viewers to upload digital images for printing or reprinting, as well as to edit the photos or graphics.


Viewers can scan photos or digitize negatives to use the service. The prints can be ordered in 4-inch-by-6-inch, 5-by-7 or 8-by-10 sizes. Printing rates vary.


The site offers viewers free, secured galleries where users can order prints and have them mailed to family and friends for free. Financial terms of the PhotoAlley-Kodak deal were not disclosed.


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